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in damascus and yemen. they're furious about the i.r.s. scrutinizing tea party groups although they didn't complain when the i.r.s. scrutinized greenpeace the naacp anti-war churches or the medical marijuana industry. and the one scandal that might be a real scandal the d.o.j. spying on "associated press," those are reporters. republicans hate those anyway. tonight we're joined by bill press, scottie nell hughes of the tea party and we'll talk about miss angelina jolie. birthday of cate blanchett and george lucas. we forgive him. tonight we play a very special game of are you qualified to criticize obama with dick cheney. i'm john fuglesang. you're watching "viewpoint." >> john: good evening, i'm john fuglesang. this is "viewpoint." thank you so much for joining us. a very busy day for attorney general eric holder and presidential press secretary jay carney as the white house struggled with two scandals that threatened to help define president obama's second term. the first cuts to the core of the first amendment. "associated press" seen your vice president kathleen carroll explained wha
in the irs, putting in those key words is pretty logical, it's not that smart but it's a god way to basically sort out. so there's no conspiracy or issue going on with the white house. this was just a bunch of guys in the office in cincinnati deciding they were going to take an easy route in terms of basically lightning up their tax load. >> stephanie: yeah, jim was reading earlier that 85% of this 501 cmoney went to republicans. it's like well there were a sill i don't know tea party groups after citizens united and this is what happened. >> uh-huh. >> stephanie: speaking of taxes and the economy, would you like some fun facts? [♪ fun-facts music ♪] >> stephanie: the ways legalizing same-sex marriage is good for the economy. >> sure. >> stephanie: it would help cure the deficit. >> all right. >> i want to know who is going to jail. >> stephanie: who is going to jail for that >> boehner: who is going to jail? >> stephanie: it would alleviate payroll headaches. in california, we're in a bit of financial difficult, arnold thanks. >> you are welcome for all of
on the record about the irs scandal and the benghazi investigation. twin controversies clouding the white house. >> people have to be held accountable and it has to be fixed. the whole issue of talking points frankly throughout this process has been a side show. >> the bear looks over from that fence over there. >> swimmers scramble when a black bear wanders into a suburban backyard. this is the "cbs morning news" for tuesday, may 14th, 2013.
gone. >> the white house goes into damage control as scandals involving the irs and the terror attack in benghazi continue to unfold. >>> stem cell break through, more treatment, more illnesss could be on the horizon after scientists recover stem cells from cloned human embryos. >>> and collision course. cameras are rolling when a deer and a city bus have a run-in. this is the "cbs morning news" for thursday, may 16th
first hearing on the irs scandal. lawmakers will ask the former head of the agency why conservative groups face stricter tax scrutiny. >> one asked someone to do that. i doubt it was low-level employees in a cincinnati field office. >>> the search for survivors continues after more than a dozen tornadoes roar through north texas. >>> smash, smash, smash! >> the star of a viral video is behind bars. he's now accused of beating a man to death. >>> it's the right time. i believe it's the right time. >> and out on top. soccer star david beckham calls it quits, ending his career on the heels of winning a championship. this is the "cbs mornings"
is it says, you can look back three years. even the irs gives us a five- year limitation on look back. this says, have a finite number of years a back so at least the farmer knows what the limitations are on his risk as he is trying to comply with these programs. it is that simple. it says to look back. period goes tok 5 years. [video clip] and>> i understand appreciate the dilemma your farmers are facing. i am concerned this amendment is written broadly and would have unintended consequences, potentially, but i want to work with you on this. we are monitoring the backlog nrcs, and they are making progress. there is more they need to do. if we work together, i think we can move together in a way that addresses what i know your concerns are. at this point, given where we are, and the importance of coming together with all the organizations, i would ask that we not support this amendment at this time. those in favor? those opposed? >> i'm going to try again. >> if i may, i'm going to try again. these go to hoeven amendment number one. amendmentgo to hoeven number one. >> i will see if i
" -- gender and compensation, then a tea party founder discuss how they plan to respond to the irs 'scrutiny of conservative groups. then why critics are opposed to the nomination of thomas perez to become the next labor secretary. plus, your e-mails, phone calls, and tweets. "washington journal" is live on c-span every day at 7:00 a.m. eastern. >> in every society, the major buildings reflect the ground out of which they grow. major buildings reflect the philosophical, economic, and political situation of their culture at the time. this building does that. this is an eloquent building. it reflects the movement towards secession. it reflects the use of slave labor. it reflects the social turmoil of the post-civil war era. it reflects the optimism of the new south in the 20th century. and, of course it continues in use and reflects south carolina today. the building was designed to be symmetrical. instead of a dome, the original architect intended a square tower rising above the roof line. you will remember that the construction was stopped during the civil war and the state after the war was
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